Grand Slam Australian Open - Day 6

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myblueroan

Norm Smith Medallist
Sep 26, 2011
5,754
14,844
Melbourne
AFL Club
Carlton
Haven't watched De Minaur much overall but underwhelming tonight to say the least.

Playing way too conservative, doesn't really try to hit winners, just uses his speed to get to balls and get it back into play and hope the opponent hits unforced errors.

Kyrgios is easily levels above him as the best Aussie.
Kokkinos might be a sneaky chance.
 

Hamingja

Brownlow Medallist
May 20, 2014
17,061
21,192
AFL Club
Geelong
'Actually the worry is either he's caught in transit ( unlikely ) or he has caught in the community - This is why I preferred the 'bubble' as opposed to quarantine and then into the community - Remember players have been out of quarantine for two weeks.

Edit - Found out he left Australia on February 9 means the transit/Doha is an option.
Keep banging that drum buddy.

Unlikely he caught it in transit? hahahaha.

An airplane / airport is the most likely place anyone is going to catch it.

But nope more likely he caught it in a city of 5 million people that has 20 cases :rolleyes:
 

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yaco55

Hall of Famer
Jul 25, 2007
36,869
12,950
hong kong
AFL Club
Essendon
Millman is solid but he’s exactly that. Get a bloke with weapons and he’s toast. Di Minaur is the same and Fognini has been as high as 7 in the world. He’s a MUCH better player with more weapons. Only way De Minaur was winning was if Fabio hit 50 unforced errors
No matter what way you spin it, Millman should not be losing to a player ranked 40+ places below - And you would expect, De Minaur to perform better against Fognini.
 

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